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How Chapter Leaders Can Share Cedarville with Prospective Students

March 28th, 2014

CU-Friday2014Today at Cedarville, we’re welcoming 700 guests on campus for CU Friday. Our admissions recruitment days are always a blast, and prospective students and parents gain so much from experiencing campus life with us. However, as a chapter leader, you will have the chance to bring Cedarville University to prospective students in your own area!

Any time you are planning a chapter event, consider opportunities to connect with prospective students in your area and encourage them to attend. Getting a chance to talk with alumni is a great way for prospective students to learn about the Cedarville experience and ask questions.

Some other simple ways to help us recruit:

Refer names: Do you know an outstanding high school student who should consider Cedarville? Let us know, and we may reward you with a free t-shirt.

Bring them to campus: The best way to decide if Cedarville is the right choice for them is to visit campus. If you live nearby, consider taking your church’s youth group to a “field trip” to Cedarville and showing them around your campus.

Host a Cedarville night: bake some brownies, hang out, and show a Cedarville DVD to students. We are happy to send you materials and information.

In Alumni Relations, we challenge all of our alumni to be recruiters for Cedarville. Our alumni who uphold a strong testimony demonstrate what a Christ-centered education can do. We’re excited to invite prospective students to upcoming events and introduce them to our outstanding alums!

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